In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Lawtiene un litigio con su vecino por unas tierras — he's involved in litigation / in a lawsuit with his neighbor over some land
- no se puede enajenar las tierras en litigio — land which is the subject of a legal dispute / of legal action cannot be disposed of
2(disputa)disputela propiedad de la finca está en litigio — the ownership of the estate is in dispute / is disputed
- sometieron el litigio a arbitraje — they took the dispute to arbitration
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